UT set to host two big official visitors

Lewis Cine. ( Justin Wells/IT)

Florida linebacker Rian Davis and Cedar Hill Trinity Christian (by-way-of Connecticut) safety Lewis Cine will take official visits to Austin this weekend for what promises to be a fun-filled time. The timing for each visit is perfect as Texas needs to make a lasting impression on each. These are early official visits for two players not announcing soon.

Inside the Gameplan: 2008 Red River Shootout

Earl Thomas

The 2008 Red River Shootout was the second of three consecutive I attended. It was easily the most exciting and rewarding live game I’ve attended in any sport. Because of the scarring that had resulted from five consecutive defeats to Bob Stoops’ Sooners, there wasn’t a ton of confidence going into any of these games even though Texas ended up finishing 3-1 against OU during the Colt McCoy era.

The spring of silence

Tom Herman and Sam Ehlinger (Will Gallagher/IT)

Spring began on March 20 this year. Texas Football spring practice began two days later. Texas progressed through the allotted practices and Orange-White game with no real big team news.

The spring was remarkably quiet.

The Big Picture: Eight Years In The Desert

Tom Herman (Will Gallagher/IT)

(…and how to get out)

Since 2010, Texas has been a .500 ball club. Or, more precisely, our 53-48 record makes us a .525 ball club. Let’s not short ourselves. Over those eight years, the Horns have posted four losing records, only one AP Top 25 finish and our best three year run occurred between 2011-2013 when Texas went 25-14. Since 2013, Texas is an execrable 23-27 (.460).

Pieced together pitching advances Texas to CWS in 5-2 win over Tenn. Tech

Kody Clemens (Will Gallagher/IT)

Matteo Bocchi (Will Gallagher/IT)
AUSTIN — Before the season, Texas head coach David Pierce was facing a roster unlike any he had coached before. Half of the roster had been part of the team in 2017, half were not. It started out with a stumble, but week by week the pieced together squad battled to the top of the Big 12, followed by a Super Regional.

Facing the best hitting team in Division I in a do-or-die Game 3, Pierce once again had to piece together a win.

The Inside Scoop – 6/11/18

Trey Sanders, Tom Herman, and Jordan Whittington. (courtesy of Whittington)

After hosting the nation’s top running back, Texas is set to bring some of the top prospects in the 2019 and 2020 classes on campus this weekend. We talk to a handful bound for the 40 Acres plus insight on more recruiting targets in the Scoop.